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    Fireproof.
    I never thought something could rival The Happening as worst movie of 2008. I was wrong.
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    Gremlins and Pulse (the original, not the Hollywood remake).

    Gremlins is severely underrated.

    The Japanese version of Pulse is rather creepy.
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    Just watched: The Rocker........kill me now!!!!!!!!
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    No Country for Old Men.

    Very different role for Tommy Lee Jones...
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    Mongol.

    Probably one of the most underrated movies of 2008, in my opinion.

    I like how it focused more on Genghis Khan's rise to power than his actual power. Very unconventional approach.

    On a different note, the soundtrack is absolutely fantastic.
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    Changeling- Great movie but kinda sad, too.
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    Son of Rambow-Not too memorable but it had it's moments.

    The Happening (with Rifftrax)-Not even Fireproof and Twilight are as bad as this. This is the next Plan 9 from Outer Space. The Rifftrax, however, was amazingly done. Kudos to Mike Nelson.
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    Changeling - yeah, worth a watch, Angelina Jolie was decent, was not THAT great.

    The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas - ( 2008 ) you must see this! This was THAT great!
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    I just watched a movie called Babette's Feast today! It was much better than I was expecting & I recommend it for any food lover.
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    Saw Snakes On A Plane yesterday. Basically, if you've heard anything about it, you probably know what you're in for. There's the obligatory decompression scene, the obligatory something-has-happened-to-the-pilot scene, the obligatory passenger-freaking-out-and-attacking-other-passengers scene, and plenty of snake-related violence. And lots of Samuel L. Jackson, of course. Not saying it's a terrible movie or anything, but you can probably tell beforehand whether or not you'll like it.
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    Watched "The Wrestler", liked it loads.

    Also "JCVD", strange but very good. "Help! , Jean Claude Van Damme is robbing the post office..!"

    The opening steadicam shot is genius. His entire career until now in 4 minutes.
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    Also, watch "In Bruges" because it's awesome. (Belgian tangent)
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    Inkheart- Just an average fantasy/adventure movie. Although it lacks both.
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